GlutenFreeNB

Living Gluten Free in New Brunswick

The Happy Baker

The Happy Baker makes a great artisan gluten-free bread. They have 4 locations in Fredericton as well as the Northside Market.

Enjoy! … GlutenFreeSuzieQ

The Happy Baker’s 4 locations …. (don’t forget they are also at the Northside Market) –

HSBC Place
520 King Street,
Fredericton, NB
E3B 6G3
Phone: (506) 454-7200

Frederick Square
77 Westmorland St
Fredericton, NB
E3B 1A9
Phone: (506) 454-7200

Marysville Place
20 McGloin Street
Fredericton, NB
E3A 5T8
Phone: (506) 454-7200

Chancery Place
686 Queen Street
Fredericton, NB
E3B 1C2
Phone: (506) 454-7200

 

 

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This is a naturally gluten-free recipe, one of my favourite to make at Christmas.  Love them and hope you do too.  Enjoy! … GlutenFreeSuzieQ

Date Balls

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My personal favourite breakfast with a piece of cheddar cheese and a coffee.  Enjoy! … GlutenFreeSuzieQ

You can find other recipes at www.wholefoodsmarket.com/recipe

Gluten Free Morning Glory Muffin

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A great gluten-free cholcolate cake recipe, will definitely be a hit with everyone. Enjoy! … GlutenFreeSuzieQ

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This is the best Brownie I have ever eaten gluten or gluten-free. … GlutenFreeSuzieQ

Gluten Free Brownie

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I should have posted this before but forgot.  😀  I went to Cavendish, PEI this summer and was pleasantly surprised to find a great gluten-free restaurant.  We had supper there the first night and breakfast the next morning.  Chez Yvonne’s has a great choice of gluten-free meals and best of all … tastes great!

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I just ate the best gluten free pizza that I have had in a long time.  It is made with quinoa and very simple to make.  The recipe calls for goat cheese but I used cheddar which was all I had in the house.  I definitely will be making it again.  Here is the link to the recipe.  Thanks to my good friend Sue for trying it and letting me know how good it is.  ?… GlutenFreeSuzieQ

The Ultimate Quinoa Pizza Crust

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                              Gluten Free Candy for Easter 2015

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I watched a show recently about how popular a Gluten-Free diet is now and all the products that are available, I believe it was Marketplace.  They mentioned shampoo and that it shouldn’t cause a problem for those who are gluten-free.  Well, I disagree with that remark.  Not long after I became gluten-free, I was feeling very good, no nausea, diarrhea, etc.  All of a sudden I started feeling a lot of nausea again.  I was puzzled because I knew I had not eaten any gluten.  I started checking and rechecking labels on everything I ate.  I started thinking about any new products I had started using lately.  Having just changed my shampoo, I decided to check the label … sure enough, it had WHEAT.  I stopped using it right away and in a couple days I was again nausea-free.  That, for me, was a confirmation that gluten in shampoo can affect a Celiac.  I don’t know how it does, but it does and no one can convince me that it doesn’t because I experienced it.  Heck, just breathing in flour when baking something for my husband caused me to be sick and I was very careful to not let the flour fly around, I believe I had even used a mask.  So, my advice, don’t take a chance on using shampoo with gluten.  😀

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Super Easy Gluten-Free Peanut Butter Cookies

(from Kraft Peanut Butter)

Prep Time: 10 min

Total Time: 30 min

Makes: 12

peanut butter cookie

 

 

 

 

 

 

1 cup KRAFT Peanut Butter

1/2 cup sugar

1 egg
PREHEAT oven to 325º F. Mix peanut butter, sugar and egg.

ROLL into 1-inch balls. Place, 2 inches apart, on baking sheets. Flatten with fork.

BAKE 15 min (Do not overbake.)

Let stand on baking sheets 5 min. Remove to wire racks; cool completely.

Jazz It Up … Personalize the dough by adding 1/2 cup raisins or chopped, dried cranberries or apricots to the dough before rolling into balls.

The easiest cookie to make.  Enjoy! ? … GlutenFreeSuzieQ

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